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Whisky Parts Co 15QR Carbon forks and Carbon Wheels for 2013

Ben from Whisky Parts Co shows us some new 2013 carbon forks and carbon wheels. The forks use a brand new QR15 axle (taken from mountain bike technology) designed and produced in a partnership with SRAM for increased stiffness to run road disc brakes. The Whisky No.9 road and cross thru-axl ...    Read More »

UCI Approval Program of Frames and Forks sees strong demand by the industry

First brands and models receive UCI Label The International Cycling Union (UCI) has approved the first models of frames and forks following requests submitted by their manufacturers. The approved models belong to the following brands: Richard Sachs Cycles, Scott Sports SA, Cicli Pinarello S.p. ...    Read More »

Sea Otter: Redline says goodbye to cantis, hello to thru axles for 2015

New for this year is the addition of thru axle forks on all of the carbon models. The top-of-the-line carbon Conquest Pro will be equipped with SRAM Force CX1 and full hydraulic disc brakes from SRAM.   Read More »

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Skew-mounted Rack and Carbon Forks

Hey y'all... A general wondering... My buddy recently upgraded his roof-mounted skewer rack to one that doesn't require the removal of the front tire, so the mount now clamps down on the front wheel. He told me that the fork he has is all carbon, including the front dropouts so over time the mou ... Read More »

Mid tier CX Forks

I have a Cannondale CX9 frame with DA7800. Frame is is non tapper 1 1/8in steer tube. The Easton EC90x fork that came with it I sold the as it had horrible brake chatter and replaced with a carbon legs/alloy steer tube with a Van Dessel sticker. That fork cut too short by the mechanic that install ... Read More »

Road Forks

I need/want a new fork for my Lynskey Cooper. The obvious choice is Enve, but there are also Ritchey forks which I am considering. What is the difference between the Pro Carbon fork and the WCS fork (besides $50)? Is the alloy steerer the only difference between the Comp and the Pro? My we ... Read More »

Identify a Colnago precisa forks

Hi! I recently purchased a colnago precisa forks on ebay. On the crown it has a crown like detail, not like most of the Precisa's i have seen on the web which is more triangle. Anyone can shed some light on this? Thanks Tal [ATTACH=CONFIG]283562[/ATTACH] [ATTACH=CONFIG]283563[/ATTACH] [ATTACH=CONFIG ... Read More »

New giant Defy advanced - mulptiple craks in frame and forks

I bought this bike about a month ago - have ridden maybe 200 mms - no accidents/drops. We'll see how Giant honors their warranty... To say I am pissed is an understatement. Did a 50 Km ride yesterday and was just cleaning my chain (just bought the art of road bike maintenance) and looking over th ... Read More »

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